Edinburgh's Holy Cow, who offer a delicious vegan fish burger made from celeriac, wrapped in seaweed with chips on the side, and Glasgow's Mono, who serve up a hearty portion of protein-rich 'tofish' and chips, have both earned a place on PETA's list.
PETA vegan corporate projects manager Dawn Carr said: "With the demand for plant-based food higher than ever, vegan fish and chips is a smart addition to any restaurant menu."
"PETA is calling on caring people everywhere to let fish live in peace and to enjoy some delicious, hearty vegan options instead."
PETA – whose motto reads, in part, that "animals are not ours to eat" – notes that plant-based dining helps to reduce the threat to sea life around the world.
More British people are enjoying vegan foods than ever with PETA saying that the demand for their free vegan starter kit increases every year.
Edinburgh was named the UK’s Most Vegan-Friendly City by PETA in 2016 and Glasgow has also won numerous awards for its vegan offering.